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- Town Hall on Town Hall Approach is a lovely building opposite a 'village green' of sorts
- Lovely 200 year old cottages near the Antwerp Arms, which overlooks the park and Bruce Grove has some beautiful buildings too. Bruce Castle area becoming very popular with middle class trendies.
- White Hart Lane stadium
- The Crown Court in lordship lane, obviously designed by a goth! Beware the vampires !!!
- All Hallow's Church, Church Lane
- Any cheap fried chicken shop seems to go down a treat in these here parts.
- John Masefield house on the Tiverton estate: tall, brickey and uncompromisingly modern!
- Some of the estates are actually built by now famous architects of the 1960s. The public opinion about high rising flats is changing - see Goldfinger's Trellick Tower, and soon the residents of those estates will find themselves listed. Look at them with fresh eyes and you will be amazed at the daring vision of their architects. Then, they MUST be kept well, but this is nother story... that involves both the council and the not-so-respectful tenants...
- The College of North East London
- Bruce Castle. One of the very few parts of the original Tottenham to survive. It's got a little garden where you can sit quietly away from the traffic and the noise.
- Tottenham High School, is it still there?
- Your site is poorly researched. Historic buildings include All Hallows Church, Holy Trinity Church - Philip Lane, Drapers School or
Tottenham Girls School, The Tottenham Grammar School original building is on Somerset Road. The Green School the oldest primary
school in Tottenham. St Pauls School. No mention of Spurs Football Grounds? Historic Wells? The Monument at High Cross? College
of North East London?
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Last updated: 2008-10-14
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